what's your git client of choice, LULZ?
Its a DVCS, it doesn't use a client, you interact with it directly.
I was more meaning what frontend to interact with git, then
whatever the vscode has. i barely use gui git though.
I use Tower for mac, version 2 specifically, becuase the license is perpetual and it just werks, and none of that $/mo bullshit unlike Tower 3
For me, it's Sapling
What do you like about it? I've been curious but don't know anyone that uses it or why anyone would switch.
I last checked it on release and the docs were sparse so maybe that's changed now.
Mostly use the terminal but I use Sublime Merge for resolving merge conflicts because I like their diff view.
Git bash. It's a real shame that most git clients won't allow me to force my push.
neogit/magit/lazygit, depends on what machine I'm working on.
Lazygit if I'm working with an IDE
neogit for nvim, magit for emacs
all of them have the doom emacs binds I like so idrc which one I use
It used to be guitar, but now I just use whatever git plug-in that comes with PyCharm.
If you're using anything else than git command line then lower your tone when speaking to me.
VS Code Gitlens
terminal for 99% of things
Sublime Merge for resolving merge conflicts
Mostly I use Visual Studios' git integration just so I can contextualize how retarded my Juniors are when they run into any issues, but I'd prefer to just cli it.
I didn't know they existed, I thought git was just git from the terminal
Jetbrains git integration is pretty neat. I love that you can select specific diffs or lines to commit.
Though I'm trying to move away from monolith ides. Are there any vim plugins or extensions that allow me to do the same?
I use `lewis6991/gitsigns.nvim` to stage hunks and some others for things like commit messages.
the git command or magit depending on my mood
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